View Poll Results: Should I get a single pin for hunting?

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    What do you think about a single pin adjustable sight?

    As you can see in my signature I have a 7 pin tommy hogg and a 3 pin tommy hogg for my bows. I was thinking about switching to a single pin hogg fathers for my bows and selling my tommy hoggs. I am wondering whether any of you were in a situation where a multi pin sight would have helped you arrow a animal versuses a single pin? I think it would help me shoot even better but the thought of having a giant at 40 yards and have the single pin set at 20 yards and I can't adjust to shoot him. I see alot of people use single pins but am curious what your guy's take is on them. Thanks again for all your guy's help!
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    I have never used a single pin, but I have watched two buddies miss horribly cause they forgot to adjust their single pin in the heat of the moment. I will stick to my 5 pin.

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    i cant see myself liking that

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    Youre fine with the sights you have. You already shoot well enough!
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    I will definitely get a new head next year because my pins are getting super close!


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    I switched from a Montana BG to a hha single pin slider. I think the hha is a heck of alot better. For hunting situations you just leave the pin on 30 yards and practice with it there. So 20 your a couple inches high,30 your dead on, 40 a couple inches low and 50 just hold a hair above the back on a elk anyways. It sure is fun though to shoot a 3d course with a single pin slider nothing like turning your sight to a 100 yards and nailing a deer

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    I can't stand a 1 pin, and can't understand how others get "confused" by multiple pins, ie I shot him with my 40yd but thought it was my 30yd pin.

    It's called focus, and train, and learn it!

    a 3 pin would be my minimum, 4/5 preferred.

    30, 40, 50yds.

    it's pretty simple, range or select the animals distance, ok 40yds, then say 1st pin is 30, 2nd pin is 40...ok use the 2nd pin! done, shoot, dead elk.

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    Quote Originally Posted by HuskyMusky View Post
    I can't stand a 1 pin, and can't understand how others get "confused" by multiple pins, ie I shot him with my 40yd but thought it was my 30yd pin.

    It's called focus, and train, and learn it!

    a 3 pin would be my minimum, 4/5 preferred.

    30, 40, 50yds.

    it's pretty simple, range or select the animals distance, ok 40yds, then say 1st pin is 30, 2nd pin is 40...ok use the 2nd pin! done, shoot, dead elk.
    My thoughts exactly!

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    Quote Originally Posted by HuskyMusky View Post
    I can't stand a 1 pin, and can't understand how others get "confused" by multiple pins, ie I shot him with my 40yd but thought it was my 30yd pin.

    It's called focus, and train, and learn it!

    a 3 pin would be my minimum, 4/5 preferred.

    30, 40, 50yds.

    it's pretty simple, range or select the animals distance, ok 40yds, then say 1st pin is 30, 2nd pin is 40...ok use the 2nd pin! done, shoot, dead elk.
    I don't get confused just that I sometimes think I am dead on lungs and are a few inches low. I think I might switch and if I have to just get 3 pin heads for both so then I am good to 40 but am really liking the single pin idea now.


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    I thought about a single pin when getting a new sight but opted for a multiple pin slider. Got a single pin head to use for 3 d though! There are benefits to both just figure out what's most important to you.
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